MSR Carbon Core Tent Stakes

MSR Carbon Core Tent Stakes
MSR Carbon Core Tent Stakes
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Carbon Core Tent Stakes by MSR
Elite fastpackers and weight weenies pay attention to every gram in their packs. MSR's Carbon Core Tent Stakes are the lightest full-strength tent stakes on the market, coming in at an amazing 5. 75 grams each.

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SKU: CAS0749
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